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Luxury Pacific Cruises

Located between Asia, Australia and North and South America, the Pacific Ocean is the largest body of water in the world. So, unsurprisingly, it plays host to some of the most wonderful marine life on the planet. Dotted with exotic islands and boasting a breathtaking coastline, luxury Pacific cruises take you on a voyage among beautiful destinations.

Explore remote and diverse landscapes comprising soaring mountains, turquoise lagoons and eucalyptus forests that make this part of the world so enchanting. Easter Island is a volcanic island which lies in Polynesia and is famous for its distinctive moai statues, making it a favourite destination on Pacific cruises.

Paradise seekers will be in their element as the ship sails between the sun-kissed shores of the South Pacific Islands to places such as Bora Bora, Fiji and Tahiti. Picture soft, white sands, swaying palm trees that fringe the coastline and the most heavenly, deep blue waters; this is what dreams are made of. But there’s so much more to discover on a South Pacific cruise. As you step on shore, you’re welcomed by friendly locals who want to share the history and culture of their islands with you.

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Top 10 Things to do on a Pacific Cruise

  1. Visit the moai statues on Easter Island
  2. Snorkel in Paradise Cove
  3. Tahiti Jeep adventure
  4. Visit the temple site of Marae Arahurahu
  5. Shark and ray watching in a glass bottomed boat
  6. Helicopter flight over Bora Bora
  7. Canoe along Fa’aroa River
  8. Waverunner lagoon adventure
  9. Off-road adventure at Bora Bora
  10. Catamaran cruise of Moorea

Nature and wildlife

Owing to its biodiverse landscapes, the Pacific region is abundant with magnificent wildlife and marine life. Various species of whale and seal swim in the ocean and there are 90 species of bird such as red-footed boobies, frigatebirds, Tahitian petrels and fairy terns inhabiting the South Pacific islands. Surrounding the Pacific Ocean, the landscape is made up of volcanoes, mountain forests, rivers and beaches.


The Polynesian culture has been largely influenced by Western Colonialism with Christianity playing a part in the local traditions. Over the years these paradise islands have influenced writers and artists such as Robert Louis Stevenson and Paul Gaugin. The indigenous people are proud of their heritage and celebrate with regular festivals that incorporate the arts, music and dance.

Best Time of Year to Visit the Pacific on a Cruise

The dry season in the South Pacific is between May and October, and as it is also less humid during these months, these are the best times to cruise the Pacific. These months are also less prone to cyclones, which tend to occur between November and April.

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